Andy Lau and Sammi Cheng Team Up in “Blind Detective”

Crime thriller, Blind Detective <盲探>, captured the most attention at the 2013 Hong Kong International Film and Market (FILMART) trade show yesterday. The movie reunites “box office golden team” – producer Johnnie To (杜琪峯), director Wai Kai Fai (韋家輝), Andy Lau (劉德華) and Sammi Cheng (鄭秀文).

Andy Lau stars as a blind detective who partners with police officer, Sammi Cheng, to track a vicious killer on the loose. Andy will be pulled by his curiosity into the dangerous game of cat and mouse. The trailer shown at yesterday’s press conference was filled with bloody scenes and the phrase, “So many tragic cases go unsolved” points to a suspenseful detective thriller.

Although Andy and Sammi haved not worked together for more than 9 years, they still maintained a strong chemistry for their 7th film collaboration.  Both agreed that their trust for each other gave them the ease to express themselves better. Andy further praised Sammi for having reached a higher level in her acting skills due to changes in her personal life.

“Working with Andy, I cannot loosen myself. You can see that he is very fit, and will place a lot of effort and heart in each of his scenes. As his costar, I feel that he will drive me to deliver my best,” Sammi said.

Fear of Motherhood

Sammi and Andy Hui’s (許志安) romance has been put frequently under the microscope. Although rumored to be marrying Andy Hui this year, Sammi has kept her private life under tight wraps. However, she admitted that she is nervous about motherhood and does not see herself as being a good mother. Sammi will leave such matters to God and accept her fate when the day arrives.

A Father’s Sentiment

Fatherhood has evoked a greater sense of empathy within Andy. Applauding Johnnie and Wai Kai Fai for their sharp insights in showcasing the tragedies through their films, Andy said, “In our society, it’s important to understand and communicate with our loved ones more. With the help of many family institutions, this can be done.” When he was asked what method of communication he uses with his daughter, Andy laughed and said, “I still have time!”

“Blind Detective” Trailer

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Press Conference Coverage

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Source: Ming Pao

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  1. I love this couple. I can’t wait to see this movie.

  2. Andy’s mandarin has improved a lot over the years 🙂

    Excited to watch this .. i love this pairing. Must rewatch Love on a diet sometime this week, kinda feeling it.

    1. I love this pairing too. Looking forward to this movie.

  3. Drug War and this proves Johnnie To’s main position as the reigning Hong Kong filmmaker, sadly, one of few still producing native Hong Kong productions without the aid of Mainland investors.

  4. Sammi is normally really annoying to me, but when she is paired with Andy, they are like the perfect couple. Can’t wait to see this movie, the trailer looks Ace!
    So glad Johnny To went with a drama instead of the romcom with this pair.

    1. Sammi’s pairing with Sean Lau is quite good too. But with Andy is better.

      1. What film was Sammi paired with Sean Lau? Pls share, I’ll hunt it down to watch it!

      2. “My Left Eye Sees Ghost 我左眼见到鬼”

        I love the movie and the heartfelt “twist” at the end.

  5. ah!!! Can’t wait for their reunion! It’s been too long for this Golden pair to grace the scene again …

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